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best article rewriter suggestions?

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by Radix, Jun 3, 2009.

  1. Radix

    Radix Newbie

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    I've seen so many here it's hard to know which one is the best.

    I don't care what it costs provided it's stable, fast and produces quality articles.

    Thanks in advance for your suggestions.
     
  2. omgreally

    omgreally Guest

    P0werArticleRewriter - iz da bomb!
     
  3. c0ntenth|ef

    c0ntenth|ef Power Member

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    wordflood is good too but nothing beats spinning the articles yourself or letting someone do it
     
  4. leporello

    leporello Newbie

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    Im using Poker Article Rewriter. Spinning one 200 word article to 20 copies, takes about an hour. Once I rewrite every sentence 5 times and add as many synonyms as possible. Once I get to article 5, the content is already as low as 30% unique. For articles 2 and 3 it was 50%.

    Not sure what level of duplication will devalue a link contained in the article.

    Anyone have any ideas?
     
  5. jayzee

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    were do we get par? I have injstalled it but the trial has gone and I cant install again even using a new email, new ip, cleaning regedit and shit

    how do you guys go around this?
     
  6. larceny

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    Buy it. Of course, I've got cracked software - and have used pirated software for years - but if I really like a program, and it's supported and updated - then I'll support the author. Otherwise programs like these won't ever get created.

     
  7. dexterfly

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    You would never get a better results unless you write it yourself. You should read an ebook called "how to write an article in 7 minutes".
    There the author explain some techniques on how to write articles very fast and well written.
    He also teaches how to modified the style of the writing and get 7 more articles from the original without having to change the content, only the style.
    really good stuff. it had helped me a lot.

    It kind of changed my way of thinking about writing and now I enjoy writing. I read it last week and since then I had wrote an article every day and post in ezinearticles.com (btw, they are very picky).
     
  8. vengo19

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    Doing yourself like others suggest is the best way, but the best article rewriter on the market today is 'Power Article Rewriter'.
     
  9. Rick4691

    Rick4691 Registered Member Premium Member

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    How does $35 sound? This is about as cheap as you can PAR get it for:

    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...bably-best-article-rewriter-5.html#post789689
     
  10. sen0lis

    sen0lis Registered Member

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    Write articles yourself; no program will produce a human-readable article in one click. You'll need to re-read and fix it after you're done spinning.
     
  11. g-Vector

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    This one is even better I think. A bit pricey though at $197. Watch the videos.
    The second link is what you get to see after handing over your throwaway email address. :
    Code:
    websitecontentwizard.com/wbctwz/
    websitecontentwizard.com/wbctwz/signup.php
    Robert
     
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  12. Rick4691

    Rick4691 Registered Member Premium Member

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    Yep, the videos make Website Content Wizard look good. I'd really like to try it, but I don't think a cracked version exists here. See nicho's comment:

    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/black-hat-seo/4040-website-content-wiz-ard.html#post746132

    Comparing two hundred to $35, I think I'll start with PAR. If that's not good enough I'll give WCW a shot.
     
  13. g-Vector

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    I'm contemplating getting WCW though.
    Because at the moment I'm looking for about 25-30 (700-1000 word) really good quality blog articles to be written and I get quotes for $130 - $160 dollars.
    That's not too far off the $197 WCW asking price.
    But, with WCW I will have to do it myself, and I'm lazy. (And laziness has always cost me money.)

    Robert
     
  14. Rick4691

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    Ah, but read the WCW thread I cited; you'll see that WCW needs to be "trained" much like Dragon Naturally Speaking to work well. More work for the lazy.

    Plus are your articles all going to be about the same thing? The way I'm seeing it, if you have to produce 25-30 different articles, with any spinner you're going to have to start with 25-30 different seed articles to spin --- the spinner, whether it's PAR or WCW will not write the article by itself.

    Granted you can start with PLR but then you have to keep in mind these programs follow the principle of GIGO --- they cannot improve article quality on their own.
     
  15. g-Vector

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    I realise that I would have to build up my own database first. And train it.

    That's why I said, that I will have to do it myself.
    Brain dump of my own brains, additional research, writing, SEO optimisation, getting it into the database, etc.
    The last 3 sound pretty boring to me.

    Articles are about the same subject. The whole blog is about one subject.
    But it is subdivided in beginning, intermediate, and advanced.

    In the second video, I thought the way of selecting phrases, from the pulled in Wikipedia batch, and connecting them to the article subjects/keywords very laborious.
    This is part of the training bit. But I can see myself falling asleep having to do that. :p
    But you know videos need updating, when software advances, so I hope he will reply with some sort of new functionality for it. Which is not yet in the videos.
    There's got to be a better way.
    He cannot show all WCW features in videos. Far too many.
    It's one of the questions I emailed to him. But no response yet.

    The other question is whether WCW is VIsta compatible.
    According to the system requirements on the signup page, it is not.
    And I'm not using XP 32-bit anymore. I have Windows Vista and 7 running. Both 64-bits.
    My second question to him.

    And PLR was my third question, because I asked whether PLR content, can be enhanced with the, wikipedia, and public domain content.
    Which I'm pretty sure can be done within WCW. Otherwise he has missed a great opportunity.

    Robert
     
  16. g-Vector

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    cyborg, I appreciate the gesture. And I'm not ungrateful. You mean well, especially by limiting the number of downloads. ;)
    But I'm in an email conversation with Dave, so I'm not going to pick you up on this one.

    If it was this product here :
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    toolsforseo.blogspot.com/2008/12/article-factory-real-article-spinner.html
    I would have no second thoughts. One of his own affiliates is selling it with $50 off. Check the smug reaction of the affilate to the maker's post. (Just above the red text.) He will never find out who it is. :p

    Robert
     
  17. learenault

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    power article rewriter is the best
     
  18. g-Vector

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    PAR is very good, but looking at the video, I already lose interest from step 3.
    WCW requires less effort. It pulls in articles from the net for you to build these variations from. After pulling the articles in, it splits them up in sentences. No manual typing if you don't want to. Just point, click, select, and group sentences by subject/keyword. (Those sentences will be for as long as you want in the database for further variations.) After this you can let WCW spin your articles from these sentences.
    Pick a group/keywords and generate the articles.

    It's even less work than PAR.
    But still too much for a lazy bum like me. :)

    Robert
     
  19. GimmeMoney

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    Power Article Rewriter is the best since it lets you write the alternative sentences/words yourself, making your spun articles readable to humans.
     
  20. redtide1969

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    +1 PAR is probably the current best...you can't beat it's features and ease of use